Best practice guides
They range from information on tenancy deposits, Trading Standards, codes of practice, leasehold, Anti-Money Laundering to offering apprenticeships. Most of the guides are downloadable too so you can refer to them again and again.
We deliver quarterly webinars highlighting key topics and targeted resources on issues relevant to sectors of commercial property practice.
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As many agents will be aware, disputes over tenancy deposits at the end of tenancy can cause frustrating delays and unexpected costs. Fortunately, there are ways to resolve common disputes quickly and avoid them altogether.
The Consumer Code for Home Builders has produced a new code compliance starter kit for agents and home builders, in partnership with Propertymark which is now available to download.
We’ve vetted all our Propertymark Industry Suppliers, hand-picking the ones that will directly benefit you. Share in the expertise of our suppliers as they offer up their knowledge on a variety of topics through the webinars we host.
Whether new to tenancy deposit protection or simply want to know more about the process, it helps to understand the lifecycle of deposits to avoid penalties and disputes. Debbie Davies, Head of Sales at TDS, explains seven steps every agent should be aware of.
Debbie Davies, Head of Sales and Client Success at TDS explains it’s all in the detail when it comes to tenancy deposits, the more information that is collected and provided the better.
We have worked with the Home Office and UK Border Agency to answer the questions that are widely asked by landlords and letting agents regarding Right to Rent.
Nurturing your own and supporting your staff’s mental health is an important part of day-to-day life. Identifying signs, triggers of anxiety and stress then taking appropriate steps to find and provide support will ensure everyone keeps mentally well.
The UK Government announced in January 2021 further updates to the Safeguarding Directions (safeguarded zone) and zoned property schemes that replace all previous versions.
We put together a series of short videos to help explain the different aspects of residential lettings which are impacted by the ban.
The National Trading Standards Estate and Letting Agency Team (NTSELAT) has updated its guidance to help property sales businesses comply with the CPRs.